Four New Things To Try from the Ed­i­tors of Where Las Ve­gas

Where Las Vegas - - WHERE NOW LAS VEGAS -

New shows, cock­tails and restau­rants make Las Ve­gas one of the most dy­namic ci­ties in the world.

Tenors of Rock Five burly Bri­tish men, a full band and dancers give songs from Aero­smith, Queen, AC/DC and Bon Jovi a new spin when “The Tenors of Rock” per­form in Har­rah’s Show­room with their own res­i­dency at Har­rah’s.

HAR­RAH’S SHOW­ROOM: Har­rah’s, 702.777.2782 TIME: Wed­nes­day through Sun­day at 8 pm PRICE: Tick­ets start at $35

Raid­ing the Rock Vault Mem­bers of some of the great­est rock bands get to­gether to jam to clas­sic an­thems from The Rolling Stones, The Who, Jimi Hen­drix, Led Zep­pelin, U2, Van Halen, AC/ DC and more. “Raid­ing the Rock Vault” brings a ro­tat­ing ros­ter of per­form­ers, so ev­ery week it’s a dif­fer­ent show.

VINYL: Hard Rock Ho­tel, 702.693.5222 TIME: Satur­day through Wed­nes­day at 8:30 p.m. PRICE: Tick­ets start at $69

The Dorsey Get a shot of penicillin at The Dorsey. The New York Times calls this smokey-sweet com­bi­na­tion of scotch, gin­ger, lemon, honey and an Is­lay float one of the “11 es­sen­tial drinks of the mod­ern cock­tail re­vival.” Sam Ross of At­taboy and Milk & Honey fame cre­ated the cock­tail menu.

VENE­TIAN: 702.414.1000 TIME: Open from 2 pm to 4 am daily

Mo­ri­moto At long last, “Iron Chef Amer­ica” star Masa­haru Mo­ri­moto has his very first restau­rant in Las Ve­gas re­plete with a sushi bar and the chef’s first- ever tep­pan ta­bles. Find Mo­ri­moto stained glass rolls with ta­m­ago and tuna and Duck Duck Goose with duck meat­ball soup, duck con­fit fried rice and goose­berry com­pote. Dare to try the Wagyu Man­hat­tan that uses wagyu-in­fused Ja­panese whisky with wal­nut liqueur, wal­nut bit­ters and a slice of burnt or­ange peel.

MGM GRAND: 702.891.3001 TIME: Open nightly from 5 to 10 pm and un­til 10:30 pm on Fri­day and Satur­day

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